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01 Mar 2006 description

The handbook provides guidelines on how communities can break the poverty cycle through asset building and community development. Drawing from examples in Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, Guatemala, Sierra Leone just to mention a few, the handbook describes in detail how CCF MicroEnterprise Development (MED) has empowered poor families to be financially secure, and how these tools can be applied elsewhere by other development agencies.

The handbook is divided into the following main sections:
-Micro-Credit
-CCF Non-Financial Services
-Income-Generating Activities